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the u.s. embassy in cairo. yesterday the protests expanded to yemen, iran and iraq and now all u.s. diplomatic missions are on high alert. jessica, andrea? >> that was kristin fisher reporting live from outside the state department this morning. >>> how did a youtube video no one really saw lead to all this violence? join meeting this morning is a professor with american university. she's just back from living in cairo for two years. professor, thank you very much for being here with us. >> thank you. >> everyone has said there is no excuse for violence no matter what this film was about. but you've seen clips from the film. it's now been pulled off of youtube, especially in the middle eastern countries. is it so inflammatory to explain this murderous havoc we're seeing right now? >> well, yes, as you stated i watched the film. it was considered to be very, very offensive to the prophet muhammad. for those who know about the religion of islam, they're very devout if their love for the prophet muhammad. there's no excuse for violence and peaceful protest is the goal in the middle
a tough leader who puts results over ideology. >> he's -- he said he would end the war in iraq and he has. he said he'd draw down troops in afghanistan and today every single virginia national guard unit is home for the first time in a decade and we're so happy. >> reporter: coming up on night two of the convention, we've gotten maryland, senator barbara mikulski and of course the headliner former president bill clinton. but first coming up in half an hour, i will have highlights from the speech of the night, the speech that everybody is talking about this morning, michele obama. that's coming up at 6:30. >> good because for those of us who had to go to bed really early, we'll be looking forward to seeing that. >>> republicans are asking the question that we hear every election season, are you better off now than you were four years ago? vice presidential nominee paul ryan was in ohio tuesday. he criticized president obama's record on creating jobs, even compared him to president jimmy carter. >> when it comes to jobs, president obama makes the jimmy carter years look like good ole days.
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